How to become famous on social media


You’ve probably heard of the term “social media influencer” by now. It’s a term used to describe someone who has a large following on social media, and they use that popularity to promote their brand or product. But what if you want to be an influencer yourself? How do you go about becoming famous on social media? In this article, we’ll cover everything from how often should you post content and whether or not it should be visual or text-based; all the way through interacting with followers and answering questions!

Post regularly.

Posting regularly is important for building your audience. It can be difficult to determine how often to post, but there are some guidelines you can follow:

  • Posting too infrequently may lead to a lack of engagement with your followers—and that’s not good for the growth of your social media presence. If you’re posting once every few months and never getting any likes or comments on anything, it might be time for you to step back and reassess what types of posts work best for driving traffic back towards your business or brand name.
  • Posting too frequently can also cause issues with engagement, because people start feeling like they’re getting too many messages from random accounts every day (or week). The solution here is simple: set up filters so that only those who are interested in what it is that brings value into their lives will see these updates coming through at all times; otherwise take a break!

Keep your posts short.

When it comes to posting, you need to keep your posts short.

The reason for this is because people will only stay on a page for so long before they move on. If you have too much text and not enough images, then your content will be boring and hard to read.

Instead of posting a long post that you think is interesting, try using shorter ones with more variety in the types of content shared on social media platforms like Facebook or Instagram (which are known as micro-blogging sites). For example if someone wants their profile picture changed from their dog doing an adorable pose then maybe instead just take one shot where you’re looking directly into their eyes while holding a toy gun (or whatever else would work).

Don’t post a new picture every day.

The best way to avoid these problems is by posting a new picture every few days. If you post too often, people will get tired of seeing your posts and stop following you. On the other hand, if you never post anything new, people will forget about you and stop following or liking your content.

You can use this formula:

  • Post once per day (or two) with an occasional exception
  • Give yourself at least three days between posts if possible

Don’t post too infrequently either.

The sweet spot is between 2-5 times a week. If you post too infrequently, your followers will become frustrated and stop following you. But if you post too often, they’ll get bored of seeing it all over again and unfollow or block you.

The key is to strike the right balance—you want to keep them engaged but not annoyed!

Curate your feed.

Curating your feed is a good way to keep your followers engaged, especially if you have a lot of them. You can curate content from other people or from your own content, and it’s also important not to miss any interesting items that are uploaded by other users on social media.

To start off with, take some time to explore the different options available in Instagram’s Explore section and see what sort of things interest you most. Then look at the Explore tab on Twitter (or click here), which allows users to find new posts based on their interests and location.

You might find that there are some new accounts using hashtags related to what interests you; these could be interesting starting points for exploring how other people use these tags too!

Be engaging and interactive with your followers.

  • Be responsive to comments and messages
  • Ask questions that you want the community to answer. This is a great way to engage your followers, as well as get their feedback on what they like about your content and how it can be improved.
  • Responding quickly will also help you build trust with readers who may have questions or concerns about one of your posts. When people see that you care enough about them, they’re more likely to trust what comes out of their mouths next time around!

To make sure everyone knows when something new has been posted (and for those times when we don’t), use hashtags throughout each post cycle—especially ones related directly back at us! We love @mentions in particular because they show up instantly on our timelines while still being able to easily find each other’s posts later down the road (if needed). If there are topics people care most about talking about right now then try using emojis instead–they’re easy enough even if someone doesn’t speak English fluently yet.”

Reply to comments and messages!

Reply to comments and messages!

Social media is all about building connections, so it’s important to respond when someone asks you a question or compliments your content. If you’re able to do this consistently, people will start recognizing your name on social media. For example, if someone posts something positive about your content on Facebook or Twitter, reply with a smiley face (or even better yet: an actual smile) and thank them for their kind words in the comments section. It goes a long way toward making sure everyone knows who helped create such great content!

It’s all about engaging content, consistency and interactivity!

It’s all about engaging content, consistency and interactivity!

  • Posting regularly is important. Your followers will get bored if you don’t post enough often. But it’s also important to make sure that your posts are short enough so that they don’t feel like a chore to read through on their feed; otherwise, people will start unsubscribing from your page.
  • Posting shorter posts may also be a good idea if you want more engagement from your followers; some people enjoy reading long-form articles or blog posts instead of short ones like status updates or photos/videos (which tend not to get as much attention). If this sounds like something that would work well for what goals you have in mind then stick with it! Just try not go overboard either…you don’t want everyone getting bored by having too many different types of content coming out every day/week/month rather than just one type per day because then no one wants anything else either.”


We hope you’ve enjoyed learning about the importance of social media for your career and your business. Remember, being on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter is not a one-way street: it’s a two-way street that involves both giving and getting. You’re going to have to put some effort into it if you want people to interact with your content, but it’s worth it!